LP Superintendent Jeremy Schmidt gets the nod for job in Becker

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Superintendent Jeremy Schmidt was among four finalists for the superintendent job in the Becker School District, and is now in negotiations for that position.

Following is a release from the Becker School District:

“The Board of Education for the Becker Public Schools screened four strong finalists for the position of Superintendent on February 20. The group was assisted by community, staff and administrative teams who helped provide feedback on all of the candidates. Following a thorough discussion of these candidates, the Board unanimously agreed to engage in contract talks with Jeremy Schmidt who has enthusiastically accepted the offer to enter negotiations with the Board. Should these talks proceed as expected, a formal work agreement is slated to be approved at an upcoming Board meeting. Mr. Schmidt is expected to begin here in early July when well-respected Superintendent Steve Malone will retire.”

Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Superintendent Brad Sellner was also a finalist for the Becker job.

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